Shaping the 2016-2020 Global Evaluation Agenda with EvalPartners

EvalPartners, in partnership with the International Development Evaluation Association (IDEAS), the International organization for Cooperation in Evaluation (IOCE), the United Nations Evaluation Group (UNEG), UN Women and GEF, is pleased to invite different stakeholders (VOPEs, multilateral organizations, bilateral, governments, CSO, etc) to join a networked global multi-stakeholder consultative process to brainstorm about the priorities and key areas of a global evaluation agenda for 2016-2020.

The consultation, building on the existing conceptual framework on evaluation capacity development, will address the following overall question:

“How can the global evaluation community contribute to ensuring that evaluation will play a key role in shaping and contributing to the implementation of international (including future Sustainable Development Goals), regional and national policies and programmes to achieve sustainable and equitable development?”

The networked global multi-stakeholders consultative processes will consist of mainly two tier strategy:

  • A global on-line consultation that will be kicked-off with a global live webinar on Wednesday, 3rd September 2014, at 9 AM New York time w ith Marco Segone, EvalPartners co-chair, Deborah Rugg, UNEG Chair, and Robert van der Berg, IDEAS President , to be followed by 8-weeks of on-line discussion (2 weeks for each of the 4 questions above)
  • Consultations organized by different stakeholders with their own constituency, face to face and/or on-line.

For additional information, including on how to join the global consultation and the live webinar, please visit: http://mymande.org/evalyear/shaping_the_2016_2020_global_evaluation_agenda

How to join the on-line global consultation

The live webinar to kick off the on-line consultation will take place on Wednesday, 3rd September 2014, at 9 AM New York time.
The on-line consultation will take place in the EvalPartners LinkedIn group.

 

 

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